Beloved member of Camp Zama community passes away

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James Corneliussen, Camp Zama's Religious Education director, takes a break with other volunteers in Ishinomaki city in November 2013. Since 2012, the volunteer group from U.S. Army Garrison Japan has organized more than 11 disaster relief trips up to Ishinomaki city. And Corneliussen was the main coordinator for the project. Photo by Tetsuo Nakahara
James Corneliussen, Camp Zama's Religious Education director, takes a break with other volunteers in Ishinomaki city in November 2013. Since 2012, the volunteer group from U.S. Army Garrison Japan has organized more than 11 disaster relief trips up to Ishinomaki city. And Corneliussen was the main coordinator for the project. Photo by Tetsuo Nakahara

Beloved member of Camp Zama community passes away

by: COL Joy Curriera | .
Camp Zama | .
published: December 19, 2014

Public Notification of Death

To the Camp Zama Community from the Garrison Commander:

It is with deep personal regret that I inform you of the passing of Mr. James Corneliussen, invaluable Garrison employee and beloved husband, father, colleague, mentor, and friend in our community. James' untimely death has taken us all by surprise and I extend my sincere condolences to his wife and children, as well as to every community member whose heart has been touched by him. James will be sorely missed.

U.S. Army Garrison Japan will conduct a Memorial Ceremony at the Camp Zama Chapel on Friday, December 19, at 3:30 p.m. The entire community is welcome to attend.

Again, I extend my deepest condolences to all who knew Mr. Corneliussen.

COL Joy Curriera

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